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Old 07-04-2007, 12:57 AM   #1
zhangmaike
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GTK apps display chinese, QT apps dont


Whenever I run a qt-based application, Chinese characters are only displayed if that application explicitly uses a Chinese font. Forcing a Chinese font makes even the English letters use that font (which looks ugly).

However, when I run gtk-based applications, Chinese characters display regardless of the font used, since a Chinese font is substituted for those characters only. English letters remain using the original font.

Is there any way to get this behavior from qt?
 
  


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